Gulf Shores, AL (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
Defender Technologies, LLC, announced today it is receiving its first order for two houses from John Blue, a developer in Huntsville, Alabama. Blue will also order additional materials from Defender to build a safe room in a new house soon to be under construction. Defender Technologies and its affiliated company has exclusive rights to this building technology that enables houses and office buildings to withstand winds up to 200 + mph. Structures built with this technology are also fire resistant, mold resistant, termite proof, water proof, and earthquake and sink hole resistant.
The company is currently seeking to build housing for rural development under special government programs for low to medium income families. Three upper scale luxury houses have been built thus far using this technology. Davey Jones, one of the company’s vice presidents, stated that the company wants to make houses built with this technology available to everyone because it saves lives.
Developers and contractors are encouraged to learn this technology and use it when building. Defender does not charge a license or franchise fee and training is free.
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